NYC public schools will not physically reopen for all students on Monday, September 21. Instead, there will be a phased-in reopening by grade levels throughout the next two weeks, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced this morning. All students will still be taking online classes on Monday. Only children in 3K,
BROOKLYN – Schools are now able to use parks and streets as part of a new ‘Outdoor Learning’ initiative unveiled this morning by Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Department of Education (DOE) Chancellor Richard Carranza. The Outdoor Learning initiative for the 2020-2021 school year will allow schools to hold classes
(Photo: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office)BROOKLYN – NYC public schools are planning on reopening on a part-time basis in the fall with in-person classes two to threes times a week, the Mayor announced. The decision won’t be final until the Governor says so, and that can take until August.
By Sam Raskin/BklynerCROWN HEIGHTS—Mayor Bill de Blasio came to a Crown Heights public school Thursday to pitch his plan for a less punitive approach to handling in-school misbehavior while touting the recently approved expansion of social service workers assigned to New York’s schools. After citing progress on
Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza talks about Meatless Monday change in menu. Todd Maisel/BklynerAfter a letter signed by three Brooklyn politicians put the schools chancellor on blast, progressive lawmakers came to his defense on Monday, again bringing the fissures among Brooklyn officials on education to the fore. “We need a